Gianna Explains How the NCC Housing Experience Changes From Your First Year to Upperclassmen Years
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So living on campus in North Central is different when you're first year versus an upperclassman, so your first year you will be kind of placed in an area with a traditional style layout, so you will have at least one roommate and you'll be sharing a bathroom with the other people on your floor is well. So I think once you get older, the experience kind of gets more broadened because you have more options to choose from and housing, and you will go through housing selection. So sophomore junior senior year, I say you're a little more independent. You kind of know what to expect of living on campus. So your first years kind of like paying attention to the policies and also like knowing the rules before you move in and getting any questions answered. So also each year you will have a resident of sister or our ears. We call them on your floor to kind of showcase diversity, inclusiveness in your community as well as building community on your floor. Your floor is a wing, and they'll put on programs and kind of directed towards Resource is for you, So that's really useful to kind of build better connections with the people on your floor and get to know more about living on campus and what is offered at North Central, whether it's in the residence halls or out of the residence halls, innocent organization or a job on campus. I would say once you work your way up in credits academically in North Central, you'll have more say and where you'd liketo live because the more credits you have, the earlier you're going to go through housing selection. So housing selection is based entirely on credits, so typically juniors and seniors will get the first choice of living where they would like. So juniors and seniors typically will live in the sweet style residence halls on campus because they're a little more updated than the traditional style of residence halls. So the newest residents hall on campus is built in two thousand fifteen, and then the oldest, I think, is about nineteen fifty six. I want to say so most of the first year residents hauls are a little bit older compared to the newer, sweet style residence halls on campus. Um, in terms of experience, you do get more space once you work your way up. So sophomore junior senior year, you'll you'll even notice any up gausman areas that you'll have more space in your room or in your sweet per se, rather than in your first year residents home. Um, so your first year residents hall you typically will have two bads, two desks and a closet to share with your roommate. First weeks All your freshman year is if you opt to live in the Honors Residence hall, which is sweet style. So you'd share a suite with three to four other suite mates and you could opt to have your own room think. Also there are options to have a roommate as well. Typically will have a roommate, though the only exception having a single is if you opt to pay for a studio yourself or if your resident assistant.